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The real purpose of an ECE centre layout (UPDATED)

Posted by Darren Witty on 17/12/19 10:27 AM

For any childhood centre the design of the layout is key to its success. Whether you are starting with a purpose-built new building, working within an existing space to set up a new centre or renovating a centre, paying attention to the layout design at the very beginning is crucial.

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Topics: Early Childhood Education Centre, Design & Innovation

How to become a community focused childcare

Posted by Hadleigh Witty on 21/03/19 2:49 PM

The early childhood education sector is booming. Figures show there are currently around 4,500 licensed services across New Zealand with education and care centres making up the majority of that figure. In 2018, the Ministry of Education Annual ECE Census, found that more than 60% of 0-4 year-olds attended a licensed ECE service during the week and the average weekly attendance time tops 21 hours.

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Topics: Early Childhood Education Centre, Design & Innovation

Building sustainability into your daycare centre

Posted by David Witty on 19/03/19 11:38 AM

New Zealand is proud of its clean and green reputation and its outdoor lifestyle. But to keep our environment clean we need to ensure we are building sustainability into our everyday lives and doing our best to live in an environmentally friendly way. 

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Topics: Early Childhood Education Centre, Child Development, Design & Innovation, Nature & Sustainability

The real purpose of an ECE centre layout

Posted by Darren Witty on 11/03/19 12:45 PM

For any childhood centre the design of the layout is key to its success. Whether you are starting with a purpose-built new building, working within an existing space to set up a new centre or renovating a centre, paying attention to the layout design at the very beginning is crucial.

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Topics: Early Childhood Education Centre, Design & Innovation